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Nietes's title fight in Bacolod: Aldeguer
By Jerome S. Galunan Jr., Sun.Star Bacolod, 12 Apr 2011
ALA Promotions president and CEO Michael Aldeguer on Saturday said that reigning World Boxing Organization (WBO) minimumweight champion Donnie "Ahas" Nietes will have a chance for another hometown fight sometime in July or August this year. Aldeguer’s decision was based not only with Nietes perfo  Read Full Story >>>

MANCHESTER, ENGLAND, April 11 - The April 16th world championship bout between reigning WBA light-welterweight champion Amir 'King' Khan and undefeated European champion Paul McCloskey, taking place at the M.E.N Arena in Manchester, will now be screened live on pay-per-view channel Primetime (Channe  Read Full Story >>>

Seda Completes Camp, Heads to Argentina for Opportunity of a Lifetime, 12 Apr 2011
After five weeks of hard work in which he sparred more than 140 rounds, undefeated WBO-NABO Super Flyweight Champion Cesar "Junito" Seda, Jr. (20-0, 15 KO's) has completed training camp at the Olympic Village in Salinas, Puerto Rico and left for Argentina. He will challenge WBO World Champion Om  Read Full Story >>>

‘Kid Chocolate’ played Wild Card as unbeaten Peter Quillin headed West for Success, 12 Apr 2011
NEW YORK (April 11, 2011) – A year ago, undefeated prospect Peter “Kid Chocolate” Quillin packed his bags and headed West, moving from Brooklyn to Los Angeles in what can only be described as a culture shock experience. Quillin, who was rated as high as No. 5 by the IBF before a series of unfortu  Read Full Story >>>

Amir Khan switches TV channels for title defence against Paul McCloskey following fallout with Sky
By Gareth A Davies,, 12 Apr 2011
The Amir Khan camp are believed to be seeking an alternative station to air the contest. A spokesman for Sky Sports confirmed on Sunday: "The Khans have refused the offer to move from Sky Box Office to Sky Sports 3. It does not mean we will no longer have ties with them." Sky last week downg  Read Full Story >>>

By Ben Thompson,, 12 Apr 2011
"I think when you're an athlete, especially in this game, if you're afforded that ability to go ahead and move up a little bit and build your body and make it more durable and stronger and more resistant; you know, this is a combative sport and your body is getting punched and hit, so trying to figh  Read Full Story >>>

By Danny Howard,, 12 Apr 2011
Isn't it always fun when somebody tells you that you just aren't good enough for something, but you prove them wrong time and time again? Sure, you might not have the skill level or talent to properly complete the task at hand, but things just seem to fall in your lap despite your deficiencies. Over  Read Full Story >>>

Sergio Martinez says that Pacquiao's days as the world's best are numbered
By Chris Robinson,, 11 Apr 2011

Middleweight king Sergio Martinez makes it a practice to visit the Las Vegas area on a regular basis, whether his business is tied to his own personal career or to other vested interests. On Saturd  
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Nonito Donaire only hurting himself with Top Rank snub
By Scott Heritage,, 11 Apr 2011

Somewhat overlooked alongside the smorgasbord of action on offer over the weekend was the news that Nonito Donaire has continued to ignore promoter Bob Arum's offers of a May   
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Legal Analysis: Mayweathers’ Continue to Assert Pacquiao Involvement with Steroids
By Bryanna Fissori, Boxing Insider, 11 Apr 2011
In 2009 Floyd Mayweather accused Manny “Pac Man” Pacquiao of using PEDs (Steroids) based on a dispute over the style of drug testing that would be used before and after the fight. Since then Floyd Mayweather Jr. and Sr. have continued to assert that Pacquiao is on PEDs. Pacquiao has since filed suit  Read Full Story >>>

Report card: Morales-Maidana
By Doug Fischer,, 11 Apr 2011
REPORT CARD Erik Morales vs. Marcos Maidana April 9, 2010, Las Vegas, Nev. The main event Comment: This one had everything fight fans desire in a high-profile matchup -- both participants giving their all while fighting through adversity, sustained action, ebbs and flows in momentum, dra  Read Full Story >>>

Likely next fights for Erik Morales and Marcos Maidana
By Scott Heritage,, 11 Apr 2011

Contrary to the predictions of most, former three weight champion Erik Morales lasted the distance against hard punching Marcos Maidana on Saturday night, gaining new-found re  
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Shane Mosley's girlfriend predicts Pac Man won't go the distance
By Dennis 'dSource' Guillermo,, 11 Apr 2011

Shane Mosley's girlfriend, Cuban-Mexican model Bella Gonzalez believes her man has what it takes to derail the Manny Pacquiao Express. "I'm very confident that he's  
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“Fighting Words” – Erik Morales: He Asked For It
By David P. Greisman,, 11 Apr 2011
He asked for it – and he asked for it at a time when we were asking questions of him. What little did Erik Morales have left? Why would he choose Marcos Maidana as his latest comeback opponent? How long would he last against Maidana? And how badly would he get hurt? Morales asked for it – and   Read Full Story >>>

A Terrible difference
By Bart Barry,, 11 Apr 2011
A suspicion was confirmed Saturday. No, it wasn’t the suspicion we all harbored about Erik “El Terrible” Morales’ shopworn frailty. Morales’ comportment in the main event of “Action Heroes” was first rate. Rather, the suspicion was that this new generation of fighters, while competitive and proud, i  Read Full Story >>>

Floyd Mayweather JR: Why Boxers Don’t Last in Mixed Martial Arts
By Sean Farrell,, 11 Apr 2011
As mixed martial arts continue to soar in popularity, the only resistance left is that of the mainstream boxing community. The reason for this is unclear, but many suspects a fear of the unknown are the main cause for boxing fans and writers lacking in interest. Boxing fans love “the sweet scienc  Read Full Story >>>

"His motivation is money; he's a prizefighter" - HBO's Kellerman on Mayweather
By Chris Robinson,, 11 Apr 2011

Moments after collecting my credential for the 'Action Heroes' event inside of the MGM Grand I ran across HBO analyst Max Kellerman who was in town to cover the pay per view event. While   
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Japan's Rising Son Nobuhiro Ishida makes James Kirkland train wreck
By Michael Marley,, 11 Apr 2011

This just in: James Kirkland is out of the hospital. No immediate word on whether the chin transplant was successful but, after he got floored thrice by a 35 Japanese fighter named Nobohiro Ishida   
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Pacquiao Watch: Will Shane do an Erik?
By Edwin G. Espejo, Asian Correspondent, 11 Apr 2011
Erik Morales stunned the boxing world by totally obliterating predictions and expectations that he would suffer a humiliating defeat from the hands of Argentinean Marcos Maidana. Instead, he bucked a closed right eye to give his best performance ever since absorbing his second TKO loss to Manny P  Read Full Story >>>

Juan Manuel Lopez’s turn comes to keep featherweight buzz going
By Santos A. Perez, The Miami Herald, 11 Apr 2011
Yuriorkis Gamboa took care of his responsibility last month, and now it will be Juan Manuel Lopez’s turn to keep the buzz going on a possible fight between two of boxing’s best featherweights. Three weeks after Gamboa’s dominant fourth-round technical knockout over Jorge Solis, Lopez will face Or  Read Full Story >>>

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